Math Grade 7 Quiz Understanding Unit Rates with Ratios of Fractions – 7.RP.A.1
This standard focuses on students’ ability to calculate unit rates derived from ratios that involve fractions. These ratios can pertain to various quantities, such as lengths, areas, or other measures that may be either similar or different. The concept is essential for understanding more complex mathematical and realworld applications, where quantities are not always whole numbers, and comparisons require an understanding of fraction.
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If a painter can paint 7/8 of a wall in 1/4 of a day, how much of the wall can they paint in one hour (considering an 8hour workday)?
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A factory produces 5/6 of a toy in 1/4 of an hour. How many toys can the factory produce in one hour?
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A cyclist covers 4/5 of a mile in 2/15 of an hour. What is the cyclist’s speed in miles per hour?
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If it takes 3/4 of an hour to read 1/2 of a book, how long does it take to read the entire book?
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A machine fills 3/5 of a bottle in 1/10 of an hour. How many bottles can it completely fill in one hour?
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If a person walks 2/3 of a mile in 1/6 of an hour, what is their speed in miles per hour?
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A car uses 1/4 of a gallon of fuel for every 3/4 of a mile. How many gallons of fuel does the car use per mile?
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If a car travels 3/4 of a mile in 1/4 of an hour, how fast is the car traveling in miles per hour?
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A chef uses 2/3 of a cup of chocolate chips for every 1/6 of a cup of nuts in a recipe. How many cups of chocolate chips does the chef use per cup of nuts?
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A person walks 5/6 of a mile in 1/3 of an hour. What is their walking speed in miles per hour?
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